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 When Natasha Fennell's mother was diagnosed with a progressive illness, she found herself wondering how she would cope when her mother was gone.   This self-scrutiny leads her to thinking… Do all daughters have these thoughts? Surely she wasn’t the first woman/daughter to have these thoughts?   On researching further she quickly...

Things have not slowed down for Tipperary native, Bishop emeritus Willie Walsh, following the release of his long-awaited memoirs in late April this year. “No Crusader”, a book of open and honest reflections, has enjoyed success at the top of the bestsellers charts for the last seven weeks. The unprecedented...

This is a harrowing account of the experience of POWs in Burma during the second world war.  The story is complex and multi-faceted giving a good perspective from those interred and working on "The Line" and from the guards both Japanese and Korean. The lead character is an Australian, Dorrigo Evans...

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